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Coalition For Responsible Home Education

The Coalition For Responsible Home Education empowers homeschooled children by educating the public and advocating for child-centered, evidence-based policy and practices for families and professionals.

Cooperative Play

The term Cooperative Play refers to social play where the players work together to organize, plan, assign roles, and define rules for their play. This

Campaign For A Commercial-Free Childhood

CCFC is the leading nonprofit organization committed to helping children thrive in an increasingly commercialized, screen-obsessed culture, and the only organization dedicated to ending marketing to children. Our advocacy is grounded in the overwhelming evidence that child-targeted marketing – and the excessive screen time it encourages – undermines kids’ healthy development.

Child Care Answers

The mission of Child Care Answers is to assure the highest level of early childhood education for children in Central Indiana.

Courtesy Bias

Courtesy Bias “is the tendency that some individuals have of not fully stating their unhappiness with a service or product because of a desire not

Cerebral Cortex

The Cerebral Cortex is the “furrowed outer layer of gray matter in the cerebrum of the brain, associated with the higher brain functions, as voluntary movement,


According to, Cortisol is “A metabolite of the primary stress hormone cortisone. Cortisol is an essential factor in the proper metabolism of starches, and it is

Center-Based Child Care

Center-Based Child Care is child care that takes place in a facility that is not a home. Center-based programs tend to be regulated and/or licensed

Child Care

Child Care is a generic term describing the care or supervision of another’s child, especially while the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) is/are working or attending

Child Care Aware Of America

Child Care Aware of America works with more than 400 state and local Child Care Resource and Referral agencies nationwide. Child Care Aware of America’s vision is that every family in the United States has access to a high quality, affordable child care system.


Craptivity is a descriptive term, used by some in the early learning profession, to describe activities, (often craft projects) that: Focus more on the appearance

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